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wouldn't they? this is a project that provides energy to our country when we very much need it. it's a project that will provide jobs, tens of thousands of jobs. we have 7.9% unemployment. we have 12 million people out of work. here's a project that won't cost the federal government one single penny but it creates tens of thousands of high-quality private-sector jobs. it's about economic growth. this is a $7.9 billion project. the project over its life will create hundreds of millions of dollars of tax revenue for state and local government as well as the federal government to help with our deficit and our debt without raising taxes. more tax revenue without raising taxes. and it's also about our energy security, energy security for america. instead of bringing in oil from the middle east, this is about working with our closest friend and ally, canada, to meet our energy needs. this pipeline will not only bring in canadian oil, however, it will also -- it also moves oil from my state of north dakota and from the state of montana to our refineries in places like texas and louisiana
cuts would jeopardize our military readiness. they'd devastate priorities like education, and energy, and medical research. they would certainly slow our recovery and cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs. and that's why democrats, republicans, business leaders and economists have already said that these cuts, known here in washington as the sequester, are a really bad idea. now, some in congress have proposed preventing only the defense cuts by making even bigger cuts to things like education and job training, medicare and social security benefi benefits. that idea is even worse. [applaus [applause] >> yes, the biggest driver of our long-term debt is the rising cost of health care for an aging population and those of us who care deeply about programs like medicare must embrace the need for modest reforms, otherwise our retirement programs will crowd out the investments we need for our children and jeopardize the promise of a secure retirement for future generations. but we can't have senior citizens and working families to shoulder the entire burden of deficit reduction while askin
, climate change, green energy. here's my take. if it was going to work all this throwing more, it's going to work to throw the economy up, it would have already worked. it's more of the same from mr. obama but these government planning efforts have never worked. we have a subpar 2% growth company and they're planning and spending and directing will never work. me? i was just hoping for some real economic growth measures, as i said, like a corporate tax reform. what's wrong with that? keystone pipeline, more limited rnme but it was not to be, at least not last evening. let's talk to our guests. we got a full house tonight. joining me tonight is austen golsby and we're delighted to have kelly ann conway and forbes's magazine executive editor. this is the best economic growth message of the last 24 hours and it came from senator marco rubio. >> presidents in both parties from john frj. kennedy to ronal reagan have known a free enterprise economy is the source of our middle class prosperity. >> i want to start with that. no planning, no government direction, no subsidies, no collective action
energy should be a part of our energy portfolio but god also blessed america with abundant coal oil and natural gas. instead of wasting more taxpayer on so-called clean energy companies like solyndra let's open up more federal lands for safe and responsible exploration. and let's reform our energy regulations so that they're reasonable and based on common sense. if we can grow our energy industry, it will make us energy independent, it will create middle-class jobs and it will help bring manufacturing back from places like china. simplifying our tax code will also help the middle-class because it will make it easier for small businesses to hire and grow. and we agree with the president, we should lower our corporate tax rate which is one of the highest in the world so that companies will start bringing their money and their jobs back here from overseas. we can also help grow our economy if we have a legal immigration system that allows us to attract an assimilate the world's best and brightest. we need a responsible permanent solution to the problem of those who are here illegally,
care, high energy race. is that the kind of government we want to buy a? is that the government we want to put our money and? i don't think so. we've got to step back and responsibly address those. do we believe there's appropriate things for government to spend money on? absolutely. i didn't support the stimulus package of 2009 because i thought it would do what he did, which is a solo bunch of money and not get remarkable results for our economy. in fact come in at her harmed her ability to come out of the recession. one of the things they could have done had it been spent and a different way would have been to revitalize the infrastructure of our country. water, sewer, rose, huge investments. but a fraction is used for something resulting in the public goods. so there are things government ought to spend money on an infrastructure is one of them. >> david morgan with readers. i would like to know if you expect the north korean nuclear test to accelerate efforts to get a deal done on the sequester. [inaudible] >> i do have a budget question actually. how much time is there to get a bu
government, everything, everything, post office, roads, transportation, justice, education, energy, defense, everything else is about $1 trillion. you all just heard what the deficit was last year. $1.3 trillion. which means we can do away with the entire federal government with the exception of medicare, medicaid and social security and we wouldn't even balance the budget. that's the magnitude of the challenge that we have. so it's incumbent upon us to come up with solutions, positive solutions. so what are we trying to do on the house republican side? our goals as we step back and look and try to focus on what the goals ought to be are to increase economic freedom, to provide economic greater opportunity for individuals, to balance the budget within a 10-year period of time so that we can create that economic vitality in this country and create jobs and pass off that wonderful great land of opportunity to our kids and our grandkids so that their dreams can be realized and not stifled. along those lines we've laid out a three to four honor month strategy that started a couple weeks ago whe
these scientists are working on. >> the more energy you can put in the battery, the cheaper the battery pack is. we have tried to reduce the cost of a battery pack by storing more energy into the battery itself. >> at the argon lab, the u.s. government plans to invest $129 to create smaller, more powerful batteries. the technology behind the battery for the chevy volt was developed here. >> it is a global environment. sodalities in the u.s. can be made available to countries like india and bangladesh almost immediately. >> the goal is to extend battery life to 10 or 15 years within this decade. because the battery is the engine of the electric car and a big part of the cost, that would cut prices and pollution levels around the world. alice everett, illinois. al jazeera reporting from illinois. >> u.s. country music star mindy mccready was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. in recent years if she received attention for a troubled family life after getting a string of hits in the 1990's. 300,000 children working illegally in mexico in the fields that provide produced for dinne
country. he is doing what he has to do. i am all for his proposals, all for clean energy and comprehensive immigration, i am for gun legislation. i am for all of them. i am center-left, that is progressive. i think the country is definitely going progressive. i do not understand where the republicans want to obstruct and go with their small mindedness and small government proposals that they think that they can push through on the american people that i do not think are very popular. host: we have a different opinion from twitter. host: david wright's in on twitter and says -- host: dan is up next in california, republican. caller: hello. i would like to reiterate what was just said. i am a retired federal employees. executive orders used to come few and far between. this president is misusing them to an extreme degree. as the lady put it a little bit ago, executive orders are not meant for executive fiat of anything the president dreams. he is going to ruin the balance of power in this country if he keeps it up. i think he should be impeached for what he has done. host: what you think of
with great creative energy, and who has a great eye. - again, huge opportunity. you guys want to meet the candidates? [cheers and applause] first off, from white hall, maryland, rachele trainor. [cheers and applause] - i am rachele trainor. i'm from white hall, maryland, and i grew up on a dairy goat farm there. i kind of found my love for fashion when i was 11 or 12, and i went to school for it out in denver, colorado. i landed an internship at marie claire magazine. while working there for only a short period of time, my mom became very ill, so i decided to go home and be with her. now that everything is okay, i've been looking for work, and to get to a magazine like cosmo would really make me realize that this is why my road has led me to where i am. [cheers and applause] - up next, from washington, d.c., please welcome carlos bell. [cheers and applause] - hi, everyone. my name is carlos bell, and i'm from washington, d.c., but i currently live in new york. at a very early age, i'd always been interested in art, so when i found this discovery that fashion could be art, like, i need
and energy to turn regions left behind by globalization into global centers of high-tech jobs. i asked this congress to help create a network of 15 of these hubs and guarantee the next revolution in manufacturing is made right here in america. we can get that done. host: president obama in his speech last night. we are posting your comments on facebook. if you want to post,, go to el facebook -- if you want to post your comments, go to facebook. tim ryan represents the youngstown area, a former manufacturing hub in that state and one that has been hit hard by recession. dakota, salem, oregon, republican. caller: good morning. as a college student very interested in economics, because that is what is helping me to fund my education, i like the policy initiatives that the president laid out in his speech, but that only goes so far. i think the president should do so much more in not doing just lip service. he can talk the talk, but he has to be willing to sit down with the legislators to actually do that. he needs to sit with those actually willing to listen, like stephen. before he and
, we need to move away from that failed north korean policy to one with energy and creativity and focus, and i think we need to learn from what worked in the past until unfortunately those sanctions were lifted shortly after they were deployed because of the protests from north korea. so let's tackle north korea's illicit activities, its missile and drug proliferation where between that and its counterfeit currency program, that's how it gets close to 50% of its hard currency. this regime will do anything for money, obviously, as south koreans will tell you, it's a gangster regime. but let's interview with those shipments. let's disrupt the bank accounts that is used. let's ramp up the radio broadcasts into the country where there is evidence the information wall is cracking. 37% of those people that flee the regime today say they're listening to broadcasts or they're accessing information that is telling them about what's happening in the outside world and what's really going on in their own country. and that's the kind of information we have to get into this regime. and let's help the
strong measures to combat climate change. they called for greater support of clean energy technologies and voiced opposition to the controversial xl keystone pipeline that would carry oil from canada to the gulf of mexico. >>> there's a lot more ahead as "nightly news" continues on a sunday. a new study suggests how women may dramatically reduce the chances their children will develop autism. >>> and later, making a difference at a school where the kids are taught they have more to give than they may think. >>> we're back with health news tonight, an important finding involving autism and how women may reduce the risk of their children developing it. a study in the "journal of the american medical association" found that expanding the use of folic acid, a commonly used vitamin, had a big impact. we get more tonight from nbc's chief science correspondent, robert bazell. >> reporter: dr. tamara goldwasser is an ob/gyn who counsels women on how to have a healthy pregnancy. >> you're taking your vitamins -- >> reporter: she is also pregnant and knows a nutritious diet plus folic acid suppl
. so, you know, we'll see what he says about energy enerand energ policy. >> i'm shul you'll be fact ceching more. john, back to you. >>> the question is will he follow through? we're going to go live here to washington -- back here to washington with a scorecard of last year's "state of the union" address. that's coming up. nurses are dealing with a wider range of issues. and there are ever-changing regulations. when you see these challenges, do you want to back away or take charge? with a degree in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. waiting for your wrinkle cream to work? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula. to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena®. but w
majestic animals, powerful hunters. this is just an easy way to give them the extra energy they need to do more hunting. >> and they're not the only ones looking for a free handout. look what's in the water to the left of the boat. >> yes. seals. >> and they're like, man, throw me one. >> that's a ton of eagles. it's crazy. i can't get over the number of eagles that are hanging out waiting for the fish. >> i like seeing this video, because it is such a unique, cool sight. >> that's going to do it for us at "rtm." we have one more video for you. he released a teaser a few weeks ago but now justin timberlake has released a whole video for his song "suit and tie" featuring jay-z. enjoy it. we'll see you next time. ♪ snoe ♪ show you a few things about love ♪ if from your tv service,ore now's a great time to get at&t u-verse tv. make the switch. [ female announcer ] call now to get u-verse tv starting as low as $19 a month for one year, when you bundle tv and internet with speeds up to 24 megs. add hbo and cinemax and get the first three months free. [ male announcer ] with u-verse tv, yo
an easy way to give them the extra energy they need to do more hunting. >> and they're not the only ones looking for a free handout. look what's in the water to the left of the boat. >> yes. seals. >> and they're like, man, throw me one. >> that's a ton of eagles. it's crazy. i can't get over the number of eagles that are hanging out waiting fth
things and all of them will stress the economic context. energy. infrastructure, which is new roads and bridges and things like that. manufacturing. and education and making colleges more affordable. and how we to make our economy grows stronger and promotes and grow the middle class. host: is the headline in the financial times -- how much of this will echo what we heard at the inaugural address? guest: i think it will be a little different from that. there were many comments after the inaugural address. it was very aggressive. he talked about gave rights, equal pay for women, voting rights. i think you'll see some of that, but my sense is you will see all of those pins that can come into an economic context. while he might talk about immigration, what we need to do as a country as that, it will be in the vein of how do we help the economy? host: jonathan strong? guest: i was at a retreat that the house democrats held last week in virginia. the president gave a speech to them in a preview of what he was going to say. ito quite an aggressive tone in terms of the standoff with republ
of the core ideas that the president laid out, it was a very nice speech and of course, the emotional energy being undone, you wonder if any of it can happen. >> john: even if they don't happen, are these wins for the president. if he fails on assault weapons and has a future massacre, you own this. problems on minimum wage, he looks good going into 2014, people will remember the president who fought for the working class? >> winning for him now is different. he's in a second termen where historical analysis and historical perspective is what he cares about. he's not fighting for re-election. he needs results after eight years so he can say here's what we got done. i still think the fundamental metric will be middle class incomes after eight years of president obama be up or down. if its adown then i think the historical record will be yes he brought us back from the precipice but somehow did not restore the trend line. that was the focus of what he was talking about. whether the pieces are there whether it happens, we have to wait and see. >> john: i want to move on to mr. lapierrre. i know
. powerful network. verizon. ♪ neil: just getting word that energy secretary steven chu will not be in the house tonight. the designated cabinet official who will not be there in case everything goes terrific in washington. they always have a cabinet secretary who is not there. let me cut to the crew chase here. what that means is, should the capital blow up, he would be president of the united states. that's what that means. they always have to have a cabinet official on standby. it has never happened, but they always have to have a standby in case it does because they are all the powers that be, president, vice president, speaker of the house, joint chiefs of staff, every other cabinet members, supreme court of the united states. someone has to run the show, and god forbid it should come to that it will be secretary to. he is not there. but hopefully it is that going to be a big deal one way or the other. one thing that will be a big deal is what the president will say in that building tonight. indications are that one of the things he was saying is that you have to go
but it is meant for morning consumption. it is an energy drink basically. >> i think you should follow up on the report that it contains real fruit juice. >> bill: i'll still take my diet pepsi. >> apple's iphone has always had a lot of buzz and a lot of people have one but not everyone is happy with their iphone. a new user satisfaction of 94,000 people by on device research places the iphone in fifth place in smart phone satisfaction. that's behind four different android phones. motorola's atrix hd is number one followed by the destroyed razr m. smart phone users in the u.k. are much happier. ite phone ranked second over there. >> bill: i'm happy with my iphone. i love it. i wouldn't even want to try any other phone. i like it so much. >> i like my iphone. i think apple needs to innovate somehow, some way, pretty quickly because the competition has caught up. >> they have absolutely caught up. >> bill: yeah, you're right. but i'm just saying i'm one happy customer here. all right, apple. check in the mail? i gotta tell you, you know, where we start every morning kind of depends on what
. energy, he'll talk about infrastructure, which is new, new roads, new bridge, stuff like that, manufacturing -- manufacturing, and then he'll also talk about education and making college more affordable. but all of that will be in the context of how can we make our economy grow stronger, how with can -- how can we promote and grow the middle class. host: here's the headline of the financial times d this morning. obama to focus attention on the economy. speech to be heavy on home initiatives. how much of this will echo what we heard at the inaugural address? guest: i think it will be a little bit different from that. i think there were a lot of comments after the inaugural address that he was aggressive on social issues. he talked about gay rights, equal pay for women, voting rights, and i think you'll see some of that but my sense is that you'll see only the things that sort of can come into an economic context. so while he might talk about immigration, what we need to do as a country on that, it will be in the vein of how does that help the economy? host: how significant is t
with the nuclear blast. it is an instant deposit of energy in the atmosphere. and so forth nationally we were able to tell them, we, i mean people, my scientific brethren who study this, were able to tell them no, that was not somebody's first strike it was actually a cosmic event. so that was in the 1990s. and if this had happened over the pas civic, nobody would have noticed. >> is it, in fact happening all the time? this kind of thing. >> yes, so something of this magnitude we might imagine is perhaps once a decade. i mean if one happened in the 90s and one happened now and you fill in for the areas of the earth it would not have been noticed f it did. for example the north pole or antarctica or northern canada where hardly anybody lives. you could easily sort of hide one of these from anybody's view simply because of the large swathes of area on earth's surface where nobody inhabits it. so i could imagine it would be once every five to ten years. >> and what exactly is it? what is a meteor and what is an asteroid for that matter? >> yeah, well, we can go back, asteroid 101, actually i have the
depressed when they get to college high energy or helicopter parents to monitor their child's every move also brings kevin then be more isolated and less confident as they grow kids who are over parented have difficulty coping and being independent when they leave for college researchers base this resolved on nearly 300 children who raided their mothers peristyle and their level of satisfaction and happiness bladder infections plague women into the recurring problem because to buy an immune deficiency scientists say certain women have weaker immune fighters that do not build resistance to bacteria so set of learning to fight recurring bladder infection the body succumbs to the same bacteria repeatedly the knowledge will help them develop a blotter vaccine to boost the immune system and prevent infection. a sweet way to treat wounds, granulated sugar used on hospital patients to heal wounds and reduce pain the method was created in zimbabwe it is working so well in england that the doctor was given a large grant to test sugar on surgical cuts when deputies said that the remedy relieve his
if you are in the market for an energy star clients. tax free holiday in maryland is from saturday through monday. allows consumers avoid the 6% sales tax on certain items which runs from washers and dryers to some light bulbs. looking for few good people to play a mascot. >> their holding auditions and to stay looking for some outgoing and energetic people willing to serve as wendy or we ndell the water drops. conditions today from noon until 5:00 at the bryant street pumping station clerk. 36 degrees outside. the news continues at 5:30. it's the general manager of the redskins is weighing in on the [ male announcer ] we began with the rx. ♪ ♪ then we turned the page creating the rx hybrid. ♪ ♪ now we've turned the page again with the rx f sport. ♪ ♪ this is the next chapter for the rx and the next chapter for lexus. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead carnival cruise ship passengers cheering after arriving in the u.s. after being stranded for days at sea. the
weeks pregnant with her second child. >> i feel great, a lot of energy. it's been a wonderful experience. >> reporter: she takes a prenatal multivitamin with folic acid. a study looked at 85,000 children in norway. researchers found mothers who took folic acid supplements before they conceived and during the first two months of their pregnancy lowered their chances of having a child with autism 39%. >> it will lead to new ideas and potentially new ways to prevent autistic disorders. >> reporter: folic acid is already known to reduce the risk of brain and spine birth defects, like spina bifida. >> it's not in any way dangerous to the patient. it is not costly. it's part of the standard of care regardless. we would definitely recommend it. >> reporter: doctors recommend that women who are pregnant or becoming -- or planning to become pregnant take 400 micrograms of folic acid a day. it's found in foods, including leafy vegetables, citrus fruits and whole grains but most women don't get enough through food alone. danetia has been taking supplements since trying to get pregnant with her firs
where monster energy is the big mover of the day. nicole: look at monster, up 6.7%, a name that over the last six months has been under pressure, stock has been down 20% over the last six months, headlines that surrounded energy drinks, now they're moving forward to meet fda requirements and guidelines and changing the labeling on their cans to indicate caffeine content and they will no longer be listed as a dietary supplement. keep an eye on the monster beverage up 7%, major market average, the dow, nasdaq and s&p looking like a down week, looking like it might have seven straight weeks of gains. haven't seen that in two years but we are pulling back a little bit, phil flynn on a day when the dollar is stronger than yesterday's strong dollar. >> you bet it is. the man with the midas touch, george soros, the man who can turn anything to gold, he sold off 55%, other fund managers are following, gold prices hit the lowest level since august, silver prices down $0.46, kind of interesting, george soros with the precious metal has often been a leading indicator, not always the way you thi
enforcement officer said very recently, the energy in an assault weapon bullet will tear open a brick wall. you don't need that to go hunting. you don't need that to protect yourself and your home. i yield to the gentlelady from new york, carolyn maloney. mrs. maloney: i would like to yield to my inspiration in so many ways, we share the same name. carolyn mccarthy, on this issue from new york, she is our spokesperson. miss mccarthy: i want to thank my -- mrs. mccarthy: i want to thank my colleagues for having this hour and break up some of the myths out there on what we are hearing, not only in the papers but certainly from so many n.r.a. members. i have been battling this, many of us have been battling this issue for many, many years. i think that what happened just about two months today the newtown shooting happened. and that went through everybody's heart. to think in this day and age that we could have a shooting that totally rips apart 20 children. unacceptable to the american people. unacceptable to the american people. since that, being that we are trying to give as much informati
companies to beef up cyber security, following attack on media outlets and department of energy, federal reserve and bush family, former white house cyber czar, howard smith says this threat is a very dangerous, and costly one. i think it hit home for me, when former president. multiple presidents, family were en snared in this, i think, it could happen to any of us, what is going on? >> a number of things, you look at incident you refer to, we used a shared infrastructure e-mail, and watching television, books, flights on line. we all share, that anybody that gets access to, that thrunet net, worldwide, gets access to any ofous dollar. we look at bigger picture that sport oshortof theft of intellel property, we do a lot of innovation that takes place on the internet, our companies or military do this as a consequence with the vulnerabilities we're easy targets, people will take advantage of it quickly. neil: i worry bnever in our history have we well a case where our assets are essentially on the web. you know, our access to them is by the internet. we assume that the ar a count in on t
. what can he get passed in the united states senate? the president wants to propose an energy tax. the president wants more stimulus spending, there will be no -- doesn't create jobs. i would expect the united states senate to go ahead and take it up. if the president wants more tax hikes that destroy jobs, then as democrat allies in the senate ought to take it up. this isn't the agenda that many americans are looking for, and i think many in the president's own party won't support those ideas. in the house we're going to continue to focus on what the american people's top priorities are -- creating jobs and cutting spending. for the last two years the house has done its work. we've passed legislation to tackle the tough challenges that america faces only to see our senate colleagues do nothing. well, those days are over. the house will continue to meet other obligations, but senate democrats must begin to do their work. that's why we passed the no budget no pay act, requiring the senate to pass a budget for the first time in four years. and that's why we're going to insist that t
projects designed to promote public works. yet none of these centuries and the time and energy they undoubtedly ensued cultivated litter the other scholarly interest, nor did they inhabit the long-term involvement in public affairs whether as a representative, political commentator, america's emerging constitutional framework and of course as a fighter for religious liberty. signing the declaration of independence, charles carroll put far, far more at risk economically speaking than any other of the sciences. he was natural to richest man in america at the time. but carroll's willingness to risk all this stuff for freedom demonstrated something else. carroll's convictions of more or more was at stake in britain's dispute with britain than just text as in some things are in fact more important than money. i think this all points to something. it is the need for conservatives and free marketers to embrace the argument persists europeanization to embrace the argument that the endgame of america's free enterprise system is not the endless acquisition of wealth. wealth is a means of
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are going to have to weigh experience and the need for a certain level of energy. >> there's no light, no water. we can't flush. some people were able to shower. >> our promise to our guests is to provide great vacations, and we try very hard to do that all the time. it's obvious in this particular case we did not deliver on that promise. >> every day that dorner is loose, the likelihood of an attack on either a uniformed police officer or a family of a police officer is likely. >> we believe that someone was inside. is still inside there, even though the building burned. >> what was your reaction, sue, when you first heard about this? >> horror, disbelief. i actually got physically ill. i couldn't read anymore for a couple of days. >> westminister is like the oscars of dog shows. it's an honor to be here, whether you win or lose. >> we go through in the course of a week, 100 bails of shavings, and 10,000 doggy poop bags. that's just the minor logistics. >> next year, i hope the show sends you to the westminister dog show, because you all week have been making dog noises, and you've b
, manufacturing job, clean energy, expanding access to early childhood education and there he will be sitting in front of a republican congress that's going to once again obstruct all of that, right? >> well, they are. what the president is also doing is he's leaving washington immediately, and among other things he is doing the modern era of the fireside chat, a google chat after the state of the union. he is going over the heads of this congress. that is the difference between barack obama 2.0. this president is liberated. you're no longer sensing that he's trying to get mitch mcconnell to come to the table or john boehner as if john boehner actually had any power left in his own caucus. he's now going to not only going to do the google chat, he's going to atlanta, south carolina chicago he is back out on the road. obama for america has been becoming organized for action. there will be state of the union watch parties all over the country. we are in a permanent campaign, but in a good way actually, because that's how you're going to move this congress. stephanie: one of the issues obviously
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